Jabsco Lite Flush Electric 24V Toilet w/Footswitch

Jabsco Lite Flush Electric 24V Toilet w/Footswitch
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Lite Flush Electric 24V Toilet With Footswitch

An electric toilet designed to instantly retro-fit your existing manual toilet or to give your bathroom a modernstylish look.
The innovative design offers both low power and water consumption with an integral rinse and waste pump system. The 'Lite Flush' electric toilet features a simple foot switch. Just press down once to fill the bowl, and press again to flush. The 'Lite Flush' has the same footprint, fixing points and hose attachments as Jabsco's existing manual toilet for easeof installation and a true retro-fit.

Simple Foot Switch Feature
For the footswitch variant, simply press down once to fill the bowl, and press again to flush.

  • Lightweight and compact
  • Stylish and contemporary design
  • Quiet and efficient flush pump technology
  • Low water usage - 1.2 litres(1.3 US Quarts) per flush
  • Low power consumption
  • Ceramic inner, plastic outer for light weight construction
  • Rinse pump integrated into unit for compact design
  • Slow close seat and lid

Please Note:
The Jabsco Lite-Flush is designed to flush standard grade toilet tissue and waste only. It is not designed to pass wet wipes, wet strength kitchen towel, baby wipes or sanitary products. Failure to follow these instructions may cause damage to the drive belt resulting in the need to replace the belt.
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